Foresight Part I: Early Warning & Preventive Policy

Everyone agrees that prevention is usually better than cure. Yet, the conditions for effective warning and preventive action are not well-understood. This is particularly the case in areas where harm arises from new or complex phenomena or is difficult to forecast.

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